i posted this Seguidilla, a Spanish seven line syllabic poem with the syllable counts. Someone suggested I post it without the syllable counts, so here it is:
Two oak trees bare their branches
Fractured by moon bright
ice on a lakefront ripples
Clouds capture the light
With glittering gem
Leafless solitary stems
I wander alone
Has anyone else tried this form?
March 17 is the deadline for submitting poetry to Silkworm 13. The theme is luck. More at http://www.florencepoets.com.
“Fail, fail again, fail better.” Some days, I do feel like I’m failing. How about you?
“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.’ Maya Angelou.
What do you think of this?
There is less than two weeks left to submit your three poems to Silkworm Literary Journal. The theme of this year’s issue is “luck” and it closes on March 17. For submission guidelines, go to FlorencePoets. Com.
Buddha taught that our waking life is more like a dream than we think because all that we encounter and experience is determined by our mind. How does this apply to our writing?